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Old Mar 29, 2011, 10:37 AM   #1
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Decided to increase the number of photos to 10,000. My source file of photos (all of which are of cars and trucks) is about 2,100, so some photos are being used several times to create this mosaic. This is an antique fire truck and its mascot. C&C welcome.
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Old Mar 29, 2011, 11:02 AM   #2
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Walter,

I've no clue as to how you're doing this, but it sure looks great. I love the results.

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I would imagine it looks even better bigger.

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I would imagine it looks even better bigger.

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You're right, George. I just had it printed at 16X20 in. and it looks great.
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This has to be the slowest forum I have ever come across! LOL Off to pastures new, good luck Walter!
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This one looks great, how long do they take the prog to process?

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This one looks great, how long do they take the prog to process?

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Not long at all (15 minutes?) on a fairly fast processor.
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Looks fantastic!!
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This photo mosaic is awesome! I wonder how it looks like if it is bigger and clearer? Anyway, this is really great. Thanks for sharing.
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Walter,

I've no clue as to how you're doing this, but it sure looks great. I love the results.

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For info Zig check out the Robert Silver site. The software is available and is pretty inexpensive.

http://www.photomosaic.com
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